Kalibugan



"Kalibuga" (Kolibugan) means "mixed breed" and refers to the Subanun of the Philippines who have intermarried with the Tausug and Samal. Kalibugan, who number about 15,000, live in villages on the coast in western Mindanao. Most have converted to Islam. Their culture shares elements with those of Subanun, Tausug, and Samal.

See also Subanun

Bibliography

Gowing, Peter G. (1975). "The Growing List of Filippino Muslim Groups." Danalan Research Center Reports 1:5-6.

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mary
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Dec 11, 2009 @ 7:19 pm
hi ..
i just wanna know more informations about the kalibugan tribe..
it is my topic on my history3 report..
can i ask for more details..?
please..
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Nov 21, 2010 @ 6:06 am
Hello

I want to ask any more information about kalibugan tribe because I have term paper about this tribe?
thanks for helping me.
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Mar 1, 2011 @ 1:13 pm
@ mary & jovelyn : My thesis is about Kolibugan (sorry, not Kalibugan). It's there at the UP-Diliman Institute of Islamic Studies. The title is "Kolibugan Gukum: An Indigenous Legal Institution for Dispute Settlement in a Muslim Community Should you need more information e-mail me at manny_papers@yahoo.com Good luck.

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